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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 6, 1901)
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will be cheerfully refunded.
Pens from $1.50 up.
. Red Cloud, Neb.
jt Cut down the weeds.
Stovo repairs lit V. W. Wright's.
qA No. 1 good woik shirt for 40c at
For anything in tho hardware line go
Mrs. Aaron Conover visited in Lin
coln this week.
On the way to Albright Brothers, a
carload of furniture.
Miss Edith Palmer left Thursday for
a visit at Iowa City, Iowa.
V I Fred Temple is seeing the sights of
Che state capital this week.
L. H. Rust and wife are visiting in
Ltncola and taking in the state fair.
Visitors are always made welcome at
Albright Bros, whether you purchase
or not. Always glad to seevou.
S. W. Foe has purchased the Blair
property on Seward street and moved
his household goods t litre Thursday.
i j 25 per cent
We have a few Croquet
sets that we will close
out at one-fourth off.
This makes a four ball
Croquet Set, complete
with arches and stakes at
Other styles and sizes in
Take advantage of this
price as the stock will
H 1 not last long
We have prices on
Header Forks 70c,
Ball Bearing Grind
that are money fayers.
Give us a chance to
figure on your.hardware
bill, it means a saving
of dollars to you.
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TVIORE OR LESS PERSONAL.
Lamps frem 20o to 05c at Tho Fair.
James Burden is a Lincoln visitor
Geo. W. Hummel of Deweese was
hero this week.
Rev. Blackwell of Ayr was in tho
city this week.
Al Holdrcgo of Uiverton was in tho
E. T. Merrlman of Guide Uock was
in tho city Saturday.
Tho llnoit lino of stoves in tho valley
can bo found at Wright's.
Charley Fort visitsd with friends at
Franklin on Wednesday.
Mrs. S. F. Spokesfleld left Wednes
day morning for a visit at Lincoln.
A. L. Funk, a former citizen ot this
placo was horo tho last of tho week.
The red sand stone for tho wnlk at
the Wright-Potter building has arrived.
Miss Stella thicker arrived homo
from a trip to Lincoln tho last of the
Grant McFarland of Hastings was
looking after business matters hero
Have you seen tho latest styles of
nots and dusters? Butler's is the placo
A. Morhart is taking n lay-off from
business cares and seoing tho state fair
Tho public schools of this city opened
last Monday with an unusually large
Moscon Gather left Thursday morn
ing for Carlcton, Nobraska, where he
will teach school.
Miss Ella Cook laft Monday ovening
for Omaha where sho will attend u
school of pharmacy.
Louis Kendall, wife and children
of St. Joo are here visiting with Jacob
Nustein and family'.
Yance Sorgenson left Saturday morn
ing for Nobraska City where he will
visit with relatives and friendi.
Farm loans at 5 per cent interest on
good improved land. C. F. Cather,
office over Cotting's drug store, Red
John L. Wiokon and Stella Buhr,
both of Adams county, were united in
mairiageon the 4th of September by
County Judge Edson.
Leroy Davis and Miss Carrie Green,
both of Mt. Clare, Nuckolls county,
Nebraska, were united in marriage by
Judge Kdson on September 4th.
Jud Clark left Satin day morning f li
lted Oak, Iowa, having teruived , tele
gram benring the end tidings that his
fathor had; boon killed by tho cars.
Dr. G. K. MoKeoby and wife of Guth
lie, Oklahoma, who hnvo been spend
ing tho summer months in Colorado,
weio isiting old friends in the city
Brick aro arriving and being placed
on the ground preparatory to the build
in of a brick sidewalk ia front of the
Damorell block. This is another good
move in the right direotion.
Peaches for sale on the Georgo Hill
farm ten miles' south of Bostwick,
Neb. Ripe fruit by the tenth of Sep
tember, lasting ten days, in any quan
tity nt reasonablo prices. Address
Geo, Hill, Mankato, Kansas.
An early morning matrluge was ptr
formed at 8:45 o'clock Monday morning
nt tho M. E. parsonage by Rev. J. II.
N. Cobb, the intmested parties being
Miss Nullio A Davit, and Mr. Crnytou
L Kudonho, both of Supoiior.
Announot.uknt: 1 heioby announce
myself a candidate for tho olllcn of pro
bate judgo in and for Webster county,
Nobraska, subject to tho will and de
cision of the peoples independent party
convention to bo hold in Red Cloud,
September 10, 1001 L. A. Haskims.
Nate Kinghnd who was a former
resident of this city and manager of
the Haskell & Bosworth batter and
t gg house bore is now manager of The
Newport restaurant at 120 south 18th
street, opposite tho Funke Opera
Last Wednesday evening at the rest
denco of Mr. and Mrs. Whitaker in the
northeast part of the city occurred a
VJry pleasant event, at which time
Miss Gertrudo A. Whitaker was united
iu marriage to Charles D Suydam of
Fairview, Illinois, C..B. Smith, oflloiat
lag. The young conplo will remain in
this city a short while and will then go
to Fairview, Illinois, to make that
place their futuro home.
Miss May Green, a daughter of Dil
lon Green of Mt..Clare, met with quite
n sorious accident last Tuesday. While
onrouto to this city together with her
sister and others in a two seated spring
wagon, about seven miles east of town
tho team gave a sudden lurch forward,
and tho back seat toppled over the rear
and of tho wagon, Knowing Miss Gicon
out and qtilto severely injuring her
spine. She was In ought ut once to this
city and placed under n doutor'rf cuie,
but how bidlv oh" is injured it i dilll
cult to duiciimm-
Snmo choico now water sots ntThe
I. B. Colvin of Guido Rock was here
F. E. McKeeby was up from Superior
Charloy Ball left Sunday night for a
visit at Denver.
Tho Cuixr and Chicago Inter Ocoau
ne year for $1.25.
A. Clark of Oxfrod was in tho city
the last of tho week.
E. W. Copland was a visitor to tho
stato capital this week.
Jowitt Henderson of Smith Conter
was In tho city Tuesday.
Ernest Wolsch is gaziag on the big
pumpkins at tho stato fait this weok.
Miss Sadie Overing wo'nt to Guido
Rock Saturday, where sho will teach
E. B. Smith loft the tlrsl of tho week
for a visit with friends and relatives at
Miss Clara McMillan is visiting with
tho family of John Winters in Lincolu
Special sale on nets, dusters and
light harness for the next thirty days
at J. O. Butler's.
Elmer Crono who is an employo of
the B. & M. nt McCook was hero the
lirstof tho week.
Ora Pitney and wife of Inavalo wore
among the number of visitors to the
stuto fair tnis week.
Ivans Helm left Tuesday morning for
a visit with friends and relatiyes in tho
eastern part of tho state.
Charley Emick loft Tuesday morn
ing for New Whatcom, Washington,
where he will resido in the futuro.
Miss Trix Mizer lott Tuesday mora
ine for Chicago where she will teach
in the Chicago Conservatory ef Music.
When you want nails, screws, bolts,
barb wire or pnything else in the hard
ware line call on W. W. Wright.
The work on the Polnicky building
is being rushod as fast as possible so
that he will be able to occupy it by fair
S. C. Pottor who has been visiting at
bis old home in Now York and taking
in tho Buffalo exposition has returned
Finest line of rocking chairs and the
greatest variety of dining chairs over
thrown upon the market found at Al
II B. Mussulman, traveling nuditor
of tho NobrnsKii Telephone Company,
wns in tho oity the foro part of tho
week looking after Ihp company's in
terests. SWednesdny a report was current on
our streets that Hingling Bros, shows
would be in this city tho latter part of
this month. Tho roport has not as vet
been conhrmed, but wo hope it will be
T.J. Ward, Chas. Besse, R. T. Potter
and L. A. Haskins wore in Bluo Hill
yesterday. The two former went as
delegates to the democratic county
convention and the two latter were
attending to business matters.
Geo. W. Blair and wife left Wednes
day morning fer Concordia, Kansas,
where they will make a visit with their
son James before proceeding to their
future homo at Sterling, Illinois. Joo
azd Bert left Thursday morning.
Mrs. Honry Vnrnum, who with her
two children has been visiting with her
paientiMr. and Mrs. W. A. Williams
in this city during the p;tst summer, do
pm ted Thutsdav for her homo at
Guernsey, Wyoming. Mr. Williams
accompanied her for n short visit.
Tho Ladies Auxiliary of tho Inter
state fair held a meeting Sept. 4th.
The ladies of the auxiliary aro anxious
to have the fair a success and extend a
cordial invitation to all persons and
earnostly request them to make a spec
ial effort to have an ixhlbltof some
kind at the coming fair.
German - Insuraoce -Co.J
. ' OF FREEPORT, ILL.
iTho largest old line company in the
Fanners Mutual Ins Co.
Of Nobragka, of Lincoln,
Largest mutual in tho state with!
over 300 policies in Webster
0. C. Teel, Agt.,?
Rki Cr.oui), NismiASicA.
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Win. Zulu IT will move to Omaha In
By Shophordson of Rlvertou was in
tho city Tuesday.
Hugh Reed has nccopted a position
with E. McFarland.
Mrs. M. W, Dlckorson is visiting with
relatives in Lincoln.
Tint Chirp and the Toledo Blado
one year for 91 25.
N. A. Piatt left Monday to nssunio
tho management of tho lumber yard at
P. S, MvGuiro has purchased tho II.
P. Sowler residence property on nottli
Georgo Lindsoy had a bunch of his
blooded cattle on exhibition nt tho
stato fair this weok.
Jos. Fogol and Goo. Hutchison wont
to Lincolu Wcduesdnv to tako in tho
nights of tho stato fair.
C. I). Robinson, M. M. Storn, L. 11.
Book nnd others nttondod tho ball game
at Superior last Monday.
A. 11. Gray of Norton, Kansas was in
tho city this weok shaking hands with
old friends nnd acquaintances.
Thos. Connnrton, living ton miles
duo south of this city, will havo n pub
lic sale of stock on Sa, tomber 12th.
Chnrloy Fort will leavo Saturday for
Fremont where ho will take a courso
of instruction in n school of pharmacy.
Mrs. Georgia Brown, foimerly a res
ident of this city, now living down in
Kansas, is here visiting with Mrs. A. O.
Alfred Hadell has returned homo
fromatilp to Now York City whoro
ho wont to purchnso a fall invoice of
Douglas Cather returned to Chey
enne, Wyoming, Monday, after n visit
with his parents and other friends in
During the past weok sovoral thresh
ing engines have been run up and down
tho streets in opon defiance to the city
John Roth, tho cobbler at Smith's
shoe store, will leave shortly for Sut
ton, which place he will make his
Mrs. W. W.Chinnnck and daughter
Boulah who havo been visiting friends
in this city roturned to hor home in
Falls City last Moaday.
A picked nine of ball players of this
city played tho Loganvillo, Kansas, club
last Tuosdny, with n result of tho Red
Cloud club getting dono up badly.
"There'll bo h hot tlmo in tho old
town next Tuesday," when tho united
pai ties of reform assemble in convon
tion to nominato u county ticket on tho
Mothers write us that thoy havo
solved the problem of keeping thoir
children woll. Givo them Rooky
mountain tea each weok. A blessing
to mother nnd child. O. L. Cotting.
Tho city council mot last Wednesday
evening. A few bills woro allowod and
John Polnicky was given a porrait to
move his saloon from its present loca.
tion into his new building when it was
The river has had more water in it
the past two or three days than there
has been in it at any tlmo this yoar.
Tho ralso was caused by the heavy
rains in the western part of ,tho state,
whoro in some places the fall of water
exceeded live inches.
Wo wish our correspondents would
endeavor to got thoir items in eauh
week nnd if possible not later than
than Thursday. No department of
tho paper is looKud after by our rend
ers more than this. If your locality is
not repie.soutud wend us in tc news.
Among tho special fenturos at tho
fair this year will bo a flower parado
and thirty-live dollars has beon appro
priated for premiums for tho same
Another feature will bo a tivo mile fco
as-you-please. Aside from these thero
will be other general sports and races.
The brick work on tho Potter-Wright
building is almost finished. The build
ing Is a handsome and substantial one,
and one that would be a credit to a oity
four or hve times as largo as Red Cloud.
From the roof of this three story struc
ture an excellent vlow of tho surround
ing country can bo obtained.
Mrs. Josephine Ntsbit, wife of Jdhu
Nosbit, died at her homo in tho south
part of the city last Monday ovoning,
Soptember 2, aftor a lingoring illness
At tho time of her death sin was agod
forty-two years, eleven months and
ono day. She had been an invalid for
somo years nnd a sufTeror frem some
ailment which baffled all medical skill.
Deceased was daughter of Mr. nnd
Mrs. G, W. Saunders of this city, and
leaves a largo number of relatives and
frionds to mourn her loss. The funeral
services wore conducted at tho Metho
dist church by Rev. J. H. N, Cobb on
Wednesday nnd tho remains laid nt
i est in tho Bed Cloud cemetery. The
bereaved liimliiinil and family have the
N)iumth of thu ut ire community.
EdncotoYonr Honrels Willi Cuicaretg.
Cnr.dv Cathartic, euro conmlnatlmi fornvnr
Tho untorrlhcd democratic party of
Wobstir county met in convention at
Bluo Hill yesterday nnd nominated n
full county ticket. Tho ticket is ns
follows: Treasurer, Win. McDonald:
olerk, S. A. Temple; judge, Julius
Horn; sheriff, Geo. Koohlor; superin
tendent, E. II. Rookback; survoyor,
F. A. Kuehn; coroner, Swigart.
The ticket will probably remain in tho
Bold until Tuosdny, at which time an
amicable division of tho county offices
will bo made with tho pops nnd with
tho exception of tho candidates for
surveyor and coroner tho names will
disappear ns if by magic. Tho demo
crats of this county are somo pumpkins
whon thoy get in convention by thorn
selvos, but when they got mfxotl up
in tho conglomerated masses of fusion
thoy aro like this year's potato crop
A California opportunity. Septem
ber IDth to 27th, both dates inclusive,
any Burlington Route ticket agent will
sell you n routid trip ticket to San
Francisco at loss than tho regular one
way rato. Tho occasion is tho General
convention of tho Eplscopnl church,
and tho rate is open to tho general
public ns woll as to delegates to the
convention. No more delightful out
ing can bo imagined. The trip is mado
nt n time of yoar when traveling it a
pleasure and tho olimato of California
at its host. The return limit Novem
ber 15, 11)01, is an unusually long ono
for tickets sold at so low n rato. Stop
overs are allowod at pleasure, both go-
ing .uud returning, nt nnd west of
tho llrst Colorado, Wyomlug or Mon
tana point eiirouto. All iu nil, tho op
portunity is one which no man or
woman who contemplates a visit to
California cuti nfioid to ovcilook.
Folder giving detnils mailed on request.
Burlington ticket agouts nio in n posi
tion to givo uny further information
that may bo dosirod. J. Francis, Gon-
oral Passenger Agont, Omnha, Nob.
Lew Rates te Lincoln
Nebraska Slate Fair, September 2 to
G, the Burlington route will sell round
trip tickets to Lincoln at half rates,
plus 00 cents for admission to fair
This will bo "the big show" 118,000
has been spent this year iu permanent
improvements on the fair grounds.
$30,000 in cash premiums. All entries,
exopet speed, freo.
Ask nearest ag mt Burlington Route
National Encampmcat, G. A. R. .
Only 125 85 from Hud Cloud, Nebr.,
to Cleveland, Onlo, mid return, Sop
tember 7, 8, 0 and 10.
Splendid opportunity to eo to tho
Buffalo Exposition and Niagara Falls.
Return limit September 15. Exten
slon to Oi'tolMr 8 can bo arrange) for
nt Cleveland if dclri. J FiiiiicIh,
General Piwcngor Agm, Omaha, Ne
Last week I went about,
Full of trouble and of doubt,
Now I'm smiling and dunco with
I had somo Rocky Mountnin Tea last
night. C. L. Cotting.
Don't forget the date and placo of
the special sale of nuts, dusters and
light harness nt Butler's.
Cools, Comforts and Head the Skin, Enabling
the Most Tender Face to Enjoy a Close
Shive Without Unpleasant Results.
.Avoid dangerous, Irritating Witch
Haxet preparations, represented to be
"the same as" POND'S EXTRACT,
which easily sour and generally contain
"wood alcatel," deadly poltoa.
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JJ O. J. MYERS, brorutnry, Ttod Cloud, Nobraska, ft
save me Child!
Tlmt Is the heartfelt cry of many a
mother who sees her beloved child wast
Inn nnd fadln day by day. Sometimes It's
too late for medical aid to help the child.
ii is so weak, so
tacking In stamina
that there is no
vantage ground of
One of the results
of the uc of Dr.
Prescription pr ex
Is a strong, healthy
of mothers testify
to this, frequently
mothers write, "I
was never able to
raise u child before
scription," or "All
my other children
are sickly except
tills nun. nml I tnnlr
your ' l'nvorltc Prescription this time."
All the chilli's strength comes from the
mother. " I'nvnrltc Prescription " gives the
mother stretiRth toRlve her child.
There Is no alcohol in "Favorite Pre
scription;" It contains neither opium, co
caine", nor any other narcotic. It is a
purely vegetable and perfectly harmless
medicine in any condition of the female
Accept no substitute for " 1'avorlte Pre
scription." There Is nothing "just ns good"
for woman's Ills.
Sick women arc invited to consult Dr.
Pierce, liv lettci, ftte. Correspondence
confidential. Address Dr. It. V. Pierce, Uuf
f.do, N. Y.
"I am m tlmnkfiil for what tlr. rlerce'i Pa.
vorlle l'rcKtlritlniitjfca done for me.V writes
Mrs. John T rtmlth. orslocan. llrttlsh cfhimtila
(lloi jo) It helped me tlirmiRh the long
month of tirrRtiniicy nnd I have n Mir, strong
baby Rlrl. the mot healthy of nil my three, and
It cured me of dltente which w taking away
II my stretiKlh."
Free Dr. Pierce's Common Sense Med
ical Adviser Is sent free on receipt of
stamps to pay expense of mailing only.
Send ii nnr.rntit ut.itntw (tr ilm l.mli 1.
cloth binding, or n one-cent stamps for
laper covered. Address Dr. K. V. Pierce,
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